Did you every thought about words, meanings and question what we learnt from our direct environment when we grow up?
As student in the field of neuro-/psycho linguistics we focus on wording, how words are constructed in neuro-system as well what we believe this word might can mean.
Words are actually … letters! Letters which have a certain position becoming a word which were meaning is put in for creating a communication which people (hopefully) understand what the other person wants to say. Sounds now weird when you break it down, isn’t it?
Let’s play with words a bit:
Believe – we assume something in someone
BeLIEve – the word „LIE“ shows up as believe might is right for someone but not for others
BeLi(e)ve – the word „live“ shows up as living might be based on believes we developed since childhood about what living, the world,… should/could be
… when you see it in different writings – does it have for you the same meaning?
For me not at all and yet we can think about what actually this word „believe“ is meaning in my life and living. Do I believe what I got from my family how my live should be? What food is good for my body? What kind of carreer should be good for me? What partner should be good for me?
Upon inspired by Rupert Sheldrake’s theory about matrixes, we considered that words only become visible and significant for a broader population, when many believe in the meaning of the word is true. If not, it won’t become a common frequently used word in daily living.
I give you an inspiration:
What if… we would create completely new words?
As we did: augmatic!
What would be your first input?
Our Brain begins to use all information what we know since we are born – in all languages what we know since the day we hear that word. When a word is not „common“ for our brain, we have no idea what we do with this information yet where we should integrate it for further proceeding (in thinking and acting). So: we will forget this word as we have no idea about the meaning.
Most of the time we use simple words for communication and understanding. Subject specific wordings used in „specific fields“ for specific groups understandable which you learn by beeing in this group. Our surrounding shapes our world, our languages, our behaviours!
How many different words do you use in daily living?
Approx. 400 – 800 words!
Depending on how you grew up you actively „know“ approx. 4.000 – 10.000 Words (German language). Sounds a lot? Juhu? The German languages hass prox. 300.000 – 500.000 Words as daily new words are created for new situations/jobs/branches.
By the way: augmatic we defined with unconditional pure loving in the highest for of BEing!
I love to invite you to take your 10 most used words and question them:
+ from whom did I learn them and the meaning behind?
+ which other words do I know to have the same meaning than the one I use daily?
+ What other word do I see in this word
+ what does it actually mean? For me? For others?
While I wrote my book about „pure loving“, I gave a space for writing down what „L.O.V.E“ means for you! Not from others, but what you believe LOVE might can mean and how you see in acting what loving is in daily living!
It was quite a process inside|out for seeing „LOVE“ differently than what we learnt, but discovering what LOVE might can mean was a blessing!
Do it for yourself and your beloved ones!
Words create worlds create connections create new inspiring thoughts creating new words create new worlds!
Happy re-discovering your wording world new!
From Bernadette with pure gratitude!
About the author:
The creative allrounder worked successfully in different working fields in Austria and abroad. By her interest in corporate communications, marketing, human resources and many other areas of business, she has appropriated an enormous amount of knowledge over the more than 35 years.
Numerous educations at international top-trainers like Richard Bandler, Robert Dilts, Roy Martina and Clinton Swaine. Internationally active as holistic trainer in health, nutrition and mental health with exceptional holistic resilience methods. Founder of „iMM – intuitive mentoring method and 1-min-coaching-to-go“, a further development of NLP, as well as „ORINITION® - n(fl)ourish soul.mind.body.“ – an innovative nutrition work of (re-) membering our own body intelligence.
Publisher and author of the successful award-winning book series called "First aid for..."
Successfully Master’s degree in health management with focus on public health. International PhD & research in the fields of health communication with focus on neuro/psycho linguistics combined with neuro plasticity and health economics.
Global Author Award 2018 / Nominatee NLP Award in Research 2019 in London.